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  • Crossing Over: Christopher Morris’ “JAM”

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    Welcome, FANGORIA Readers, to CROSSING OVER, our newest column that highlights the films, series and content out there outside of horror that is fashioned towards or pays tribute to our beloved genre. By shining a light onto these projects, FANGORIA hopes to open a world of entertainment perfect for fright fans that lies just beyond the borders of the horror community. So without further ado…

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  • “BURYING THE EX” (Blu-ray Review)

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    Out of the many of the proclaimed “Masters of Horror” working today, there’s few who keep their cinematic voices as refreshing and versatile as Joe Dante. While his budgets and resources are a far cry from his subversive studio days, Dante still goes for broke in terms of his projects and subject matter as opposed to slumming it with annoying tailored fan service. There’s no better example of Dante’s evolving voice than BURYING THE EX, a potentially by-the-numbers Rom-Zom-Com that escapes its meager means via Dante’s ambition and willingness to get down and dirty with the subject matter.

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  • Mile High Horror Film Festival ’15: Music Showcase and Live “WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL” Podcast Announced!

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    Last week, FANGORIA proudly announced our media partnership with the Mile High Horror Film Festival, working together with the acclaimed up-and-coming Colorado-based festival to provide an essential horror experience for fright fans. So far, FANGORIA has shared with fright fans our 30th Anniversary VHS Screening of RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD with a live Linnea Quigley Q&A as well as Mile High’s 90th Anniversary screening of PHANTOM OF THE OPERA with an appearance from Ron Chaney. Now, FANGORIA is excited to exclusively announce the latest batch of horror happenings at this year’s Mile High Horror Film Festival, which comes alive from Thursday, October 1st to Sunday, October 4th at the Alamo Drafthouse in Littleton, Colorado.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: Tune in to the Latest “MONSTER PARTY”: “ZOMBEAVERS” Edition!

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    You’ve seen zombies, and you’ve seen killer beavers… wait, have you seen killer beavers? The gang of MONSTER PARTY certainly hadn’t, but after watching Jordan Rubin’s cult-classic-in-the-making ZOMBEAVERS, they are now! And with that in mind, this week’s episode of MONSTER PARTY unites the fangtastic four with Rubin to ask the age of question of “How does one truly make a Monster Movie?”

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  • FANGO Flashback: “BONES” (2001)

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    Upon its initial release, BONES was not defined by the impressive track record of director Ernest Dickerson, nor was it defined by New Line Cinema, which had been struggling to find a horror successor to the nearly decade defunct NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET franchise. No, BONES was defined by and pre-emptively written off by many horror fans because of its star, rapper Snoop Dogg, whose face and thin visage would define the marketing for BONES. However, because BONES was regarded (and disregarded) as “that Snoop Dogg horror movie,” not many horror aficionados took the time to give the movie a chance. Had they did, perhaps they would have seen what this writer saw when revisiting the film one week ago: a genuinely creepy and incredibly fun fright flick with shades of imaginative insanity throughout.

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  • “THE PEOPLE UNDER THE STAIRS” (Blu-ray Review)

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    There’s no denying that Wes Craven is indeed one of the top directors in the genre, and there are few who are outright more terrifying and gripping that Craven at the top of his game. Yet Craven is known for his peaks as well as his valleys, and from the jump from one point to another, there is a ton of weird, wild stuff on the way. THE PEOPLE UNDER THE STAIRS is among Craven’s most bizarre (and heavy-handed) films, and though the film isn’t necessarily a genre classic in any regards, the outrageous places the flick eventually goes has rightfully earned THE PEOPLE UNDER THE STAIRS a loyal cult audience.

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  • The Cutting Room: Anton Yelchin talks “BURYING THE EX”

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    Welcome to THE CUTTING ROOM, a new weekly column on FANGORIA.com that highlights the stories that most share DNA of our print counterpart. Rather than just feature the features, articles and interviews that didn’t make the cut, this column is dedicated to providing a greater lifeline between FANGORIA Magazine and FANGORIA.com.

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  • Caption Contest Results: 08/03 – 08/07

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    FANGORIA fanatics! If you’re one of the thousands who follow us on Twitter, you’re likely familiar with our daily Caption Contests! Now, due to the overwhelmingly positive response, we’re highlighting the best entries of the week for the world to see! So without further ado…

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  • Exclusive Announcement: Barbie Wilde’s Short Story Collection, “VOICES OF THE DAMNED”

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    Loyal FANGORIA readers are likely familiar with the words and wisdom of Barbie Wilde, the one-time Cenobite who now commands her legion of fans via her petrifying published works. And aside from the occasional contribution to FANGORIA and GOREZONE- fictional or otherwise- Wilde’s novel THE VENUS COMPLEX has gone on to become a riveting, wicked read in its own right. Now, FANGORIA is proud to unleash Wilde’s next visceral venture on the page as we have the exclusive announcement and details of Wilde’s latest literary endeavor, VOICES OF THE DAMNED!

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  • Exclusive Clip: Michael Polish’s “AMNESIAC”, Screening in NYC Tonight!

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    For New York Horror Hounds, the place to be tonight is NYC’s Cinema Village (22 East 12th Street, off University Place) for FANGORIA’s free screening of XLrator Media’s AMNESIAC. And while fright fans will have to wait until 7 p.m. to catch Michael Polish’s hypnotic psychological thriller in all of it’s glory, FANGORIA has an exclusive clip from the film which you can see below!

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  • “THE SLASHENING” (Film Review)

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    In an age where horror spoofs are almost universally derided, there’s a certain amount of gutsy respect afforded to filmmaker Brandon Bassham for going straight into THE SLASHENING as a parody. After all, there’s only so much material in the slasher genre that has yet to be untouched by spoofs or commented upon by self-referential fright flicks. And while this serves true for some parts of THE SLASHENING, which is clearly inspired beyond its means, Bassham thankfully takes a more absurdist approach that provides inherent charm to this lean, mean parody.

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  • “HARBINGER DOWN” (Film Review)

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    For a critic who primarily reviews within the horror genre, giving a completely unbiased review to a project such as HARBINGER DOWN is almost impossible. Given the film’s publicized Kickstarter, promotional materials presenting itself as a “practical effects film” and the heartbreaking saga of Studio ADI’s work on THE THING, HARBINGER DOWN has been a film fright fans have been rooting for since day one. And while any horror fan should be excited when one of the industries top FX masterminds is given free reign to do an old school monster movie, that same sense anticipation can be a double edged sword, and HARBINGER DOWN unfortunately falls into that category.

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